07.08.2021 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
Estate proceedings are typically not litigated. Sometimes, however, where there is a need for court oversight, for court approval, or for resolution of a contested dispute, they are. Such litigation matters fall into one of two “camps” depending on the decedent’s estate plan and assets: 1) a contested probate administration, or 2) a contested trust administration. Sometimes both are necessary.(more…)